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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

Riders of the Purple Sage (1931) + The Rainbow Trail (1932)

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Get the original film, Riders of the Purple Sage (1931) And The Rainbow Trail (1932) for 20% off their individual prices!


Riders of the Purple Sage (1931) 


Starring George O'Brien, Marguerite Churchill, Noah Beery, Yvonne Pelletier, James Todd
Directed by Hamilton MacFadden

Print: black/white
Runtime: 56 min.
Genre: western

 


Lassiter's sister was killed and her young daughter taken and raised by outlaws. Years later Lassiter arrives at the Withersteen ranch looking for the now grown daughter. He immediately gets caught up in the ranch's struggle against rustlers. Trailing a rustled herd of horses leads him to the rustler's hideout and the missing daughter.





The Rainbow Trail (1932)
Starring George O'Brien, Cecilia Parker, Minna Gombell, Roscoe Ates, J.
M. Kerrigan
Directed by David Howard

Print: black/white
Runtime: 65 min.
Genre: western

A sequel to the 1931 George O'Brien western Riders of the Purple Sage, 
The Rainbow Trail picks up where the earlier film left off — sort of. In 
Riders, fugitive from justice Jim Lassiter (O'Brien) and his sweetheart 
Jane Withersteen (Marguerite Churchill) escaped to the "lost valley," 
sealing themselves off from civilization with the aid of a huge boulder. In 
the sequel, O'Brien assumes the role of Lassiter's nephew Shefford, who 
has been assigned to search for his missing uncle; thus, in effect, the 
actor spends the early portions of the film chasing himself. Shefford's 
search is interrupted by a confrontation with his uncle's old nemesis Dyer 
(W. L. Thorne), now a masked bandit. On a more pleasant note, our hero 
inaugurates a romance with the lovely Fay Larkin (Cecilia Parker, in her 
film debut). Unfortunately, it is necessary to be familiar with Riders of the 
Purple Sage to be able to follow the convoluted plotline of The Rainbow 
Trail (both properties, of course, were based on the works of Zane Grey).

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Get the original film, Riders of the Purple Sage (1931) And The Rainbow Trail (1932) for 20% off their individual prices!

Riders of the Purple Sage (1931) 

Starring George O'Brien, Marguerite Churchill, Noah Beery, Yvonne Pelletier, James Todd
Directed by Hamilton MacFadden

Print: black/white
Runtime: 56 min.
Genre: western

 

Lassiter's sister was killed and her young daughter taken and raised by outlaws. Years later Lassiter arrives at the Withersteen ranch looking for the now grown daughter. He immediately gets caught up in the ranch's struggle against rustlers. Trailing a rustled herd of horses leads him to the rustler's hideout and the missing daughter.




The Rainbow Trail (1932)
Starring George O'Brien, Cecilia Parker, Minna Gombell, Roscoe Ates, J.
M. Kerrigan
Directed by David Howard

Print: black/white
Runtime: 65 min.
Genre: western

A sequel to the 1931 George O'Brien western Riders of the Purple Sage, 
The Rainbow Trail picks up where the earlier film left off — sort of. In 
Riders, fugitive from justice Jim Lassiter (O'Brien) and his sweetheart 
Jane Withersteen (Marguerite Churchill) escaped to the "lost valley," 
sealing themselves off from civilization with the aid of a huge boulder. In 
the sequel, O'Brien assumes the role of Lassiter's nephew Shefford, who 
has been assigned to search for his missing uncle; thus, in effect, the 
actor spends the early portions of the film chasing himself. Shefford's 
search is interrupted by a confrontation with his uncle's old nemesis Dyer 
(W. L. Thorne), now a masked bandit. On a more pleasant note, our hero 
inaugurates a romance with the lovely Fay Larkin (Cecilia Parker, in her 
film debut). Unfortunately, it is necessary to be familiar with Riders of the 
Purple Sage to be able to follow the convoluted plotline of The Rainbow 
Trail (both properties, of course, were based on the works of Zane Grey).

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